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  • New Surgery Improves Outcomes for Severe Flatfoot Deformity

    A surgery developed at Hospital for Special Surgery can improve patient outcomes in individuals with severe adult flatfoot deformity, a problem that is increasingly being seen in hospitals across the country. Patients who undergo the new surgery have better long-term outcome and mobility than those who undergo traditional surgery. The paper will be presented at the annual meeting of the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS, abstract 348) in National Harbor, Md., on July 8.

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  • A revolutionary sneaker, or overhyped gimmick?

    They are, advertisements say, a game-changer in athletic footwear: sneakers that are supposed to tone muscles, promote healthy weight loss and improve the posture of those who walk, work or shop in them.

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  • Ankles Gain as Candidates for Joint Replacement

    The bodies of many older Americans are practically bionic: more than 770,000 hip and knee replacements are performed each year in the United States.

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  • Fitness Footwear

    It's the newest trend: fitness footwear. Shoes that are supposed to help you get fit even if you're just taking a leisurely stroll.

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  • Sculpting, battlefield medicine will be key topics at Hospital for Special Surgery Symposium

    From the war in Iraq to the parallels of sculpting and orthopedic surgery to winter sports foot injuries, Hospital for Special Surgery's 90th Annual Alumni Association Symposium offers a broad range of discussions that go beyond the operating room.

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